Here are the 85 new arrivals shaping the automotive world for 2012.
Fast, wacky, thoughtful and green.
Seeing the Quest in person brings to mind a design executed in drywall.
Hitting the sands in Ford’s new SUV replacement.
The EPA and NHTSA recently released the government’s roadmap as to how they think automakers can reach mileage goals of 35.5
A so-called EV Corridor now links Los Angeles to San Francisco.
The drive to make vehicles more efficient is causing engineers to re-think the standard ways of doing things.
While the turbine engine has still not yet found an appropriate automotive application, its time may be near.
The key to affordable, long-range battery-electric and hybrid vehicles is the battery pack.
Enthusiasts have reason to be concerned about high-performance cars being regulated out of existence.
FedEx, UPS, and the USPS use technology to deliver with less.
New technology yields more power from less displacement.
Time to think again about the TH!NK, that all-electric city car that’s been trying to become a successful business proposition since 1991.
According to BMW’s Chief Executive Norbert Reithofer, BMW is not going to launch a fourth brand.
Warren Buffett’s 10-percent stake in BYD reportedly made Berkshire Hathaway Inc. some $1 billion in less than a year.
To show the state of Toyota’s hydrogen program, a hydrogen fuel cell, electric-powered Toyota Highlander achieved an estimated range of 431 miles on a single full tank of compressed hydrogen gas in a recent test run.
According to reports out of Tokyo, battery bottlenecks are hurting efforts to boost output of the strong-selling 2010 Toyota Prius.
When it comes to improving fuel economy, driving style makes a big difference.
The Power of Imagination: The 275-mpg eVaro
GM engineers needed to choose a tire with ultra low rolling resistance to help the Chevy Volt eek out the maximum distance from every plug-in charge.